Access (ACCS)

ACCS ESL25  Language Development for Deaf Students in ASL and English

0 Units
Lab: 108

Language development to improve written English and American Sign Language (ASL) communication for Deaf or hard of hearing students who use sign language.

ACCS IBSID  Introduction to Banking for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

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Lecture: 12-56   

Basic banking skills for students with intellectual disabilities including writing and depositing checks and balancing accounts.

ACCS ILCS  Independent Living Skills - Consumer Skills

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Lecture: 12-56   

Basic consumer skills for students with intellectual disabilities to improve independent living.

ACCS ILHFS  Independent Living Skills - Health and Fitness Skills

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Lecture: 12-56   

Healthy living for people with intellectual disabilities, including diet, nutrition, disease prevention, and application of physical fitness principles for health.

TermCRNCourse TitleDayTimeInstructorLocation
Winter 202131097ACCS:ILHFSR10:30am - 11:55amY. CardonaONLINE-XXXX
Winter 202131098ACCS:ILHFSR8:30am - 9:20amA. CenaONLINE-XXXX

ACCS ILMS  Independent Living Skills - Money Skills

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Lecture: 12-56   

Basic money skills necessary for performing accurate money exchange. Including currency identification, values of currency, and basic currency counting.

ACCS ILSBB  Independent Living Skills - Basic Budgeting and Money Management

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Lecture: 12-56   

Build independent living skills through personal basic money management and budgeting.

ACCS ILSHS  Independent Living Skills - Human Sexuality

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Lecture: 12-56   

A comprehensive overview of human sexuality for students with intellectual disabilities. Current appropriate information on health, safety, attitudes, behaviors, personal values, and relationships.

ACCS LRND1  Communication Intervention

0 Units
Lab: 1

Designed for students with acquired brain injury. Specialized instruction to improve speech (articulator movement and motor planning), language (expressive and receptive),and cognition (attention, memory, and reasoning) needed to achieve academic and vocational goals. Note: Students must make an appointment with the instructor, have acquired the injury after the age of 12, and have completed any services through the public school system in order to be eligible to register in this class.

ACCS LRND2  High Tech Center: Assistive Technology and Academic Strategies

0 Units
Lab: 1

Technology and academic strategies to assist students in accessing information and completing credit class assignments. Students should be registered with Access and enrolled in at least 3 academic units.

ACCS LRND3  Acquired Brain Injury Intervention

0 Units
Lab: 1

Designed for students who have been accepted into the Acquired Brain Injury Program at Mt. SAC. Specialized instruction and the use of computer software to improve cognitive skills (attention, memory, reasoning, etc.) needed for academic and vocational goals.Note: Students must see a brain injury specialist in Access, have acquired their injury after the age of 12, and have finished with any services through the public school system in order to be eligible to register in this class.

ACCS MBS  Independent Living Skills - Memory Building Skills

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Lecture: 12-56   

Memory building skills for students with developmental disabilities.

TermCRNCourse TitleDayTimeInstructorLocation
Winter 202131100ACCS:MBST1:00pm - 2:15pmB. Ramirez CatalanONLINE-XXXX
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